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Seidl hopes DRS will be axed by 2022

about 1 month ago

from: PlanetF1.com

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McLaren team principal, Andreas Seidl, is hoping the days of DRS being used in Formula 1 are numbered. read more »

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McLaren boss Seidl hopes overtaking aids like DRS will be scrapped for 2022 F1 season

about 1 month ago

from: Autosport.com

( 142 views )

McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl hopes the new Formula 1 technical regulations arriving in 2022 will allow the series to scrap "artificial" overtaking aids like DRS read more »

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Banned: The Mercedes F1 team's double DRS device

4 months ago

from: Autosport.com

( 275 views )

At the start of the drag reduction system's tenure in Formula 1, multiple teams attempted to double its fun with novel and complex solutions. Mercedes' version... read more »

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How F1 made its Zandvoort Dutch GP DRS banking idea a reality

7 months ago

from: Autosport.com

( 348 views )

Despite the enthusiasm surrounding the return of the Dutch Grand Prix to the Formula 1 calendar, organisers are eager to make sure the race itself is as an entertaining as... read more »

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‘F1 shouldn’t ban DRS despite good moves in UAE’

8 months ago

from: PlanetF1.com

( 311 views )

Although Jolyon Palmer applauded the "unconventional" passes that Sunday's DRS issue led to in the opening stint in Abu Dhabi, he feels F1 cannot ban the... read more »

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Video: 2019 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix F1 Debrief

8 months ago

from: YouTube.com

( 373 views )

You asked for it, so we delivered  read more »

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Leading F1 drivers: Abu Dhabi GP proved why DRS is needed

8 months ago

from: Autosport.com

( 243 views )

Several Formula 1 drivers believe the lack of action in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix when DRS was disabled shows why it is needed for the current generation of cars read more »

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Abu Dhabi DRS failure proof F1 needs to change - Ross Brawn

8 months ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 261 views )

Abu Dhabi DRS failure proof F1 needs to change - Ross Brawn read more »

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Brawn: Abu Dhabi DRS failure proved need for change F1

8 months ago

from: Crash.Net

( 233 views )

A struggle to overtake without DRS after a failure in Abu Dhabi proved the need for change in 2021, says Brawn. read more »

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FIA reveals cause of Formula 1 Abu Dhabi GP DRS problems

8 months ago

from: Autosport.com

( 244 views )

The FIA has explained that a data server crash in race control caused DRS to be disabled for the first third of Formula 1's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix read more »

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DRS issue down to crashed server

8 months ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 254 views )

The technical issue that meant DRS could not be enabled for the first 19 laps of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was due to a server crashing. read more »

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Abu Dhabi GP DRS failure triggered by F1 data server crash

9 months ago

from: Crash.Net

( 288 views )

Formula 1 race director Michael Masi explains a data server crash forced a DRS disablement at the Abu Dhabi GP read more »

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Server crash led to disabling of DRS at Abu Dhabi GP

9 months ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 278 views )

A crashed data server meant the Drag Reduction System (DRS) was not activated until the 19th lap of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. read more »

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Server crash caused DRS non-usage in Abu Dhabi GP

9 months ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 249 views )

Server crash caused DRS non-usage in Abu Dhabi GP read more »

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Why DRS did not work at the Abu Dhabi GP

9 months ago

from: GPfans.com

( 302 views )

FIA race director Michael Masi explained that a server crash was behind the 18-lap wait for DRS to be enabled during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. read more »

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Masi explains decision not to penalise DRS drivers

9 months ago

from: PlanetF1.com

( 283 views )

Although eight drivers, including Carlos Sainz, were looked at by the stewards for using DRS under yellow flags in Brazil, Michael Masi says they did "significantly... read more »

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Masi explains post-race DRS investigation in Brazil

9 months ago

from: Pitpass.com

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Race director, Michael Masi explains why Carlos Sainz, and seven others, were investigated following Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix. read more »

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Sainz confirmed P3 after DRS use scrutiny

9 months ago

from: Crash.Net

( 304 views )

Sainz is confirmed in third place at the Brazilian Grand Prix, marking McLaren's first podium in over five years. read more »

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Sainz's maiden F1 podium at Brazil secure after FIA investigation

9 months ago

from: Autosport.com

( 399 views )

Carlos Sainz Jr's first Formula 1 podium and McLaren's first in five years is secure, after the FIA looked into alleged illegal DRS use in the Brazilian Grand Prix read more »

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Sainz's Brazilian GP podium confirmed

9 months ago

from: GPfans.com

( 315 views )

Carlos Sainz's first podium finish in Formula 1 was confirmed after an agonising wait for stewards to rule on DRS use under yellow flags at the Brazilian Grand Prix. read more »

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FIA confirm Mexico GP track changes, extra DRS zone

10 months ago

from: GPfans.com

( 391 views )

The FIA has confirmed that an extra third DRS zone will be added to the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez for this weekend's Mexican Grand Prix. read more »

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FIA adds third DRS zone to Mexico GP circuit

10 months ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 244 views )

FIA adds third DRS zone to Mexico GP circuit read more »

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Third DRS zone added for Mexican GP

10 months ago

from: Crash.Net

( 254 views )

The FIA has added a third drag reduction system (DRS) zone to the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit ahead of the 2019 F1 Mexican Grand Prix. read more »

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Hamilton wanted second DRS zone at Suzuka

10 months ago

from: PlanetF1.com

( 245 views )

Lewis Hamilton says it would have been better if a second DRS zone had been added for the Japanese GP, rather than just one. read more »

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Japan GP: Track notes, DRS, tyres, stats and more

10 months ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 297 views )

Changes to the track, DRS locations, tyre choices, power unit requirements and stats for this year's Japanese Grand Prix. read more »